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ABC
Jan 20, 2010 5:00pm EST
marshall and washington. toward the eastern shore we were in the low 40s. average high 41 this time of year. active weather is pushing into virginia right now. wintry weather through west virginia. it looks like we'll get through the evening without any weather trouble. that begins to change into the day tomorrow. especially tomorrow night. we'll talk more about that coming up. for tonight a cold night on the way. 28 degrees. mostly cloudy. we'll talk about that storm headed our way and what it means for you tomorrow night into friday in a couple of minutes. >> thank you. >>> move over sarah palin the republican party has a new star tonight. scott brown will soon be the first gop senator from massachusetts in 32 years. his unlikely victory has sent shock waves as far as washington where president obama spoke with it exclusively with abc news today. >> reporter: republicans called the stunning upset a message aimed at the white house. >> last night a shot was fired around this nation. a shot was fired saying no more business as usual in washington, d.c.! >> reporter: the nation's newest sena
ABC
Jan 27, 2010 5:00pm EST
first state of the union address tonight on capitol hill. sandra endois live in washington with the latest on what we can expect from tonight's speech. >> reporter: it is a hugely important speech for the president tonight. both regarding policy and politics and the president is expected to lay out details to address both. in his first state of the union speech tonight president obama wants to reconnect with america. >> a lot o americans are concern and frustrating that the pace of progress is not happening fast enough in washington. the president shares that frustration. >> reporter: the president is also expected to talk about the troubled economy and job creation in a big part of the president's speech tonight will be focusing on jobs. the engine of our jobs, as you well know, are small businesses. he'll be discussing what he can do to incentivise small business to invest. >> reporter: he's expected to outline tax relief measures for the middle class. announce a three-year freeze on nondefense discretionary spending and talk up healthcare reform. politically it comes on
ABC
Jan 29, 2010 5:00pm EST
the recalls has spread to washington. congress will hold hearing starting next week. john cochran, abc news, washington. >> this story affects so many people. if you're driving and the pedal sticks, first of all put the vehicle in neutral, put both feet on the brake, but don't pump the brakes. pull to the side of the road slowly when it's safe to do so. you can also cut off the ignition. if you have a smart key, push it down for three seconds. most importantly, do not panic. >>> we've got an important recall regarding jewelry inspired by the movie the princess and the frog, but we all know it's harder to get pregnant after 30. now new research pinpoints just when women's eggs start to disappear. >>> smokers be warned. inhaling is a double whammy when it comes to your health. >>> plus a frustrated parent speaking out tonight after her child's pet stopped working. >>> on the weather we're watching an approaching storm, winter weather advisories up for parts of maryland and a winter storm warning. exactly where we're expecting the snow tomorrow coming up in a few. >>> what a difference a day m
ABC
Jan 22, 2010 5:00pm EST
. out west towards hagerstown it was messy this morning. if you had to head west of washington out towards leesburg there was icy conditions to deal with there this morning. here we did dodge that bullet. take a look today. you can see the clouds this morning and blew sky breaking out as we work into the afternoon. precipitation wise things were relatively decent. we didn't get high totals. we saw temperatures down into the upper 30s. things are cooling off sharply out there. i want to show you low temperatures this morning. they were down around 34 degrees. even where we did get brief sleet in overnight in the baltimore area it melted on contact. it was not the case out west. highs today nice rebound with sunshine. up to 43 degrees. as we look at the rest of maryland. things are all clear. we had light rain down in northern virginia earlier. that's all moved out. large storm system offshore. look at this thing as it winds up. this secondary storm really drew in the precipitation. you can see it around baltimore. there is an eye forming in the low offshore. certainly not a hurrican
ABC
Jan 28, 2010 5:00pm EST
place tuesday at the washington national cathedral. he died monday at he is home. he was 87 years old. >>> now the latest on a story we brought you as breaking news last night. baltimore county have identified a man shot by police outside of junior memorial's hospital main entrance. the 61-year-old was wanted for attempted murder and assault. police say they got a tip the suspect would be at the hospital last night. when cops tried to arrest him police say he pulled a knife on officers. >> he went after police with a knife. he was tazed. still was resisting. we then shot him in the leg. he still resisted after that. then we tazed him a second time before we were able to take him into custody. >> he is being held in central counts of attempted murder. >>> a second person injured after being hit by a pickup truck in the parking lot earlier this month has died. the 52-year-old died saturday. she had been in the hospital since the january 16th crash. 72-year-old donald wheeler of virginia died at the scene. police suspect that the driver of the truck suffered a seizure, lost control of he
ABC
Jan 4, 2010 5:00pm EST
, washington. >>> the maryland department of environment says fort meet successfully completed its oil tank clean-up. the oil tanks were stored at the site of a former troop boiler plant off 7th street. the program run by the state has monitored the clean-up since a leak was discovered during a routine test evaluation in 1991. the former boiler plant used above and below-ground oil storage tanks when it was in operation in the early 1950s. >>> are you still not vaccinated against the h1n1 virus? walgreen's is making it easy for you. the drug store is now offering vaccinations everyday at its pharmacies. they are available on a walk-in basis and also by appointment. they want to emphasize the shots are not free. for more details, 1-800-walgreen's or head to abc2news.com and click on "links mentioned on air." >>> forget the missed kicks, dropped passes, the penalties, whatever they did from july to yesterday worked because for the sixth time the ravens are going to the playoffs. abc2 news linda so was hanging out with the fans who are already in that playoff state of mind. >> reporter: it's w
ABC
Jan 14, 2010 5:00pm EST
and washington, but as we take look across maryland many spots did make it above 50 degrees. a lot of blue sky out there today. gorgeous sunshine. now a few clouds drifting in out of the south and west. maryland's powerful radar doesn't pick up anything in terms of precipitation. 25 degrees, another cold night, but another very mild day on top as we go into friday and the first part of the weekend. we'll talk about that and how the weather does kind of go downhill on saturday. all that straight ahead. >>> visitors under the age of 18 who do not have cold or flu like symptoms can once again visit patients. the temporary restrictions went into place in october due to the cases. >>> an incredible gift for learning. the amazing donation given to a local school and how it's being used. donations desperately needed for the people of haiti. before you give, we have more tips tonight on how to protect yourself from cold. >>> the earthquake only the start of disaster. challenges facing emergency crews as they race the clock to save lives. ÑÑ >>> relief agencies tonight continue to raise money to he
ABC
Jan 5, 2010 5:00pm EST
from new york to washington. police say stickle was a freshman at kenwood high school and lived in the 700 block of maple crest drive where detectives broke of news of her death to her family. meanwhile trains began inching down the tracks again as investigators continued their search for evidence from the accident even as the body remain tucked between the tracks. >> young kids, they don't think nothing is going to happen to them but it does. >> reporter: in baltimore county, jeff hager, abc2 news. >> a spokesman for the baltimore county school system says grief counselors will be at kenwood high school tomorrow to help students cope. >>> a sex offender released from prison less than a year ago now stands accused of fondling an 11-year-old girl at a baltimore church. police say rodney key was at the church sunday, allegedly put her on his lap and put his hand up her dress. he's a registered sex offender in baltimore county. court records show in 2001 he pleaded guilty in talbot county court to child abuse, he was sentenced to 30 years in prison, all but 14 suspended. >>> the fb
ABC
Jan 26, 2010 5:00pm EST
tonight for us from washington. >> reporter: how to create jobs and cut spending at the same time is just one challenge president obama will address in tomorrow night's state of the unen address. on top of it all, the federal budget deficit, which was announced today coming in a bit better than expected nuft under $1.35 trillion for the current fiscal year. >> we're not going to solve it easily. there aren't any magic solutions to it. there will be a slow chipping away, and i will propose a series of measures that she we are serious about it. >> reporter: the chief measure, a three-year freeze on domestic spending programs. the freeze could save $250 billion over the next decade. the news was met with mixed reviews on capitol hill. some republicans were pleased. >> yes, i'm glad the president has ordered a spending freeze. >> reporter: but many of the president's fellow democrats who want to bring down the nation's 10% unemployment rate through spending were less enthusiastic. >> that will not be nearly enough. >> reporter: the difficulty of striking the right balance was illustrated toda
ABC
Jan 6, 2010 5:00pm EST
set at this point. >>> a white supremacist accused of a washington, d.c. holocaust shooting dieed in the hospital. james von brunn died this afternoon. he had been awaiting trial for the murder of security guard steven jones last june. he was wounded by return fire >> thousand of mourners filled the new york city courage say good-bye to the pioneering civil rights attorney who died on christmas day. he was eulogized by reverend al sharpton. he was a son of a slave who joined the airmen and later became a lawyer. he represented malcomb x and several others in the civil rights. >>> today at dover air force base a center was dedicated for servicemen and women who died overseas. the center has a military mortuary where they are brought home and counselors will be on hand to help families. >>> . >>> high temperature like 37 degrees. sunset will finally be after 5:00 tomorrow. winds from the northwest 16. barometer is on the way up. i want to show you the high temperatures today across maryland. again, just not really that impressively frigid. with that powerful wind that kicked up into
ABC
Jan 11, 2010 5:00pm EST
. >>> there is a new political book making the rounds of washington. it is called game change. it is changing the game plan for a few politicians. it is a tell-all about the last presidential campaign. >> reporter: perhaps the most controversial comment in the new book game change comes from senator harry reed. authors write during 2008 presidential campaign the senate majority leader praised obamas candidacy as a light skinned african-american with no negro dialect. >> the agenda he's pushed through the u.s. senate and he didn't take offense. >> reporter: the authors say there is a bigger story. >> the reason he was talking about barack obama is he wanted to stop hillary clinton. they said we'll vote for barack obama. >> reporter: the book reveals other inside exchanges. sarah palin ask had the question because she repeatedly called her o biden instead of bidenen. her staff thought joe was safer. after that comment obama asked how many times is bidenen going to say something stupid. >> give me a break? >> this whole thing is the biggest fairy tale i have ever seen. >> reporter: was more dismissive of
ABC
Jan 13, 2010 5:00pm EST
in eastern washington state says give blood give beer promotion has worked so well it is being expanded. donors who are 21 years old are given a coupon for a free pint of beer. restaurants must wait until four hours after the blood drive ends before the donors can collect the free pint. >>> you heard of an i-pod nano but what about a car?
ABC
Jan 12, 2010 5:00pm EST
.j. winick, abc news, washington. >>> hundreds gathered in delaware to pay respects to vice president joe bidep's mother, 92 -- joe biden's mother. 92-year-old jean finnigan biden died monday. >>> well, surf the net while riding on am trek's acela express trains. amtrak says the installation of the wireless internet access will be up and run big march and will be free to all passengers at first. this year marks the tenth anniversary of the acela express train service. >>> the ravens logo is taking over the town. play like a raven was painted at more than 100 spots across the city, baltimore county and howard county today. we even spotted one in front of our studios. the culprits are members of the ravens front office staff. they are trying to get everybody pumped up for saturday night's game. it's indianapolis against the colts. >>> dear ravens, we'd like to see a win on saturday. want to share your own two cents? all you have to do is head to abc2news.com and you'll see the story right there many our slide show. go, ravens. >>> this is my favorite story. for many american women, it's
ABC
Jan 18, 2010 5:00pm EST
a recovery though. back to 50 in many spots. currently 51 at bwi marshall. 52 washington and eastern shore still in the high 40s. that is after topping out in the mid-50s in many spots today with the abundant sunshine. a little breezy at times this afternoon. we've seen winds 10, 15 miles per hour but those will be dying off as we head into the overnight period. down to 33 or so overnight. generally a clear night. another gorgeous day tomorrow, on tuesday you're going to want to enjoy that. there's a reason i say that. things do change as we go past wednesday. we'll break it down in a few minutes. kelly? >>> across the country and here in baltimore we're honoring the life of dr. martin luther king jr. the helping up mission celebrated dr. king's legacy with a special chapel service this morning. helping up mission is a rehabilitation program that helps men rebuild their lives. >> today is about somebody helping somebody else. we are a therapeutic environment, one addict helping another addict, each person helping another person. >> this afternoon, parents, teachers and students from the f
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